The soldier shot and killed the already wounded terrorists
The United States has issued a warning to its citizens of an imminent terror threat in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam is refusing to cooperate with Belgian officials and now wants to return to France.
Israel has offered to help Belgium battle terrorism.
Israeli Transportation Minister Israel Katz on Wednesday said the Belgians were too busy “eating chocolate and enjoying life” to identify the terrorists in their midst.
Quartet envoy Nicolai Mladenov announces the latest plan for dragging the Palestinian Authority back to peace talks.
The sheer quantity of TATP the terrorists had on hand suggests their organization has increased and improved since the Paris attacks.
Two other soldiers shot and killed the two terrorists.
The third ISIS terrorist seen on CCTV footage at the Brussels airport is still at large. He was also the Paris bombmaker.
The UK has also dropped its advisory warning against travel to Belgium, but tells citizens to remain "vigilant."
The Jerusalem Light Rail makes a convenient target as it passes through an Arab neighborhood.
An alleged Islamic Jihad hacker is charged with penetrating IDF drones over Gaza, and other aerial systems.
It was, actually, a very clever idea, the kind of clever idea that can easily end up killing people, and may have done so on Brussels' bloody Tuesday.
Brussels authorities have told residents to remain in their homes as one ISIS terrorist is still at large.
The case of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death now goes to a court that deals with political murders.
There are 48 references to Belgian nationals within the ISIS registration questionnaires. 25 Belgians are identified on the martyrs' list.
ISIS also does not believe that the Jews are any worse infidels than others — including, most emphatically Shiite Muslims.
Brussels police have found more bombs and suspicious objects after ISIS terror attacks in the morning.
"We feared additional attacks and contacted the families. To avoid panic, we asked that they take the children one at a time."
Security is tight and terror alerts are high all across the European continent after the attack in Brussels.
The terrorist repeatedly attacked Cohen over and over, slashing and stabbing him with a hatchet.
Until the situation is clarified, Israel has blocked incoming flights from Europe at least until midnight.
Brussels has again been struck by terror -- this time at the international airport.
Three coordinated explosions on the Brussels metro train followed the attack at the city's airport.
Hezbollah terror chief Hassan Nasrallah has no plans for a war with Israel in the near future, he says.